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[unknown]Lesson 08: Evolution of Federalism
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Keywords: Federalism, Cooperative; Federalism, Fiscal; American Government; Advanced Placement
Downloads: 751
[texts]Fiscal federalism in Brazil - Mahar, Dennis John, 1943-
Manuscript copy
Keywords: Finance, Public; Fiscal policy
Downloads: 497
[texts]ERIC ED251921: When Federalism Works. Final Report. - ERIC
A study of the implementation of six major federal education policies in four urban school districts (Baltimore, Maryland; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; San Diego, California; and Dade County, Florida) generally supported a new theory of federalism. Research data were drawn from statistical reports and from interviews with over 150 persons at local, state, and federal levels between 1981 and 1983. A secondary study of federal policies in health and housing tested the primary study's findings...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Aid; Federal Government; Federal Programs; Federal Regulation; Governance; Government Role; Government School Relationship; Politics of Education; Public Policy; Vocational Education
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[texts]ERIC ED333071: Unchanged Priorities: The Fiscal Year 1992 Bush Budget. - ERIC
This report analyzes the impact of the 1992 budget proposed by the Bush Administration on Americans of different income levels. Several of the proposals merit consideration, but the overall impact of the budget would continue to favor upper-income individuals and place lower-income individuals increasingly at risk. The following findings are highlighted: (1) the budget as a whole would transfer resources up the income scale and widen disparities between low-income and high-income groups that are...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Budgeting; Economic Impact; Economic Research; Economically Disadvantaged; Family Financial Resources; Federal Government; Income; Low Income Groups; New Federalism; Poverty Programs; Public Policy; Resource Allocation
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[texts]ERIC ED231017: Federalism, Equity, and the Distribution of Federal Education Grants. - ERIC
Partly because of the rise of block grants, federal distribution mechanisms raise the issues of federal control and distributional equity in elementary-secondary grant programs. Data--drawn from such major programs as aid for education of the disadvantaged, aid for education of the handicapped, vocational education, and bilingual education--were analyzed according to three topics: the requirement for funding and eligibility in the programs, the distribution roles of federal and state governments...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Educational Equity (Finance); Elementary Secondary Education; Equalization Aid; Federal Aid; Federal Programs; Federal Regulation; Federal State Relationship; Fiscal Capacity; Funding Formulas; Government Role; Grants; Program Implementation; State Aid
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[texts]ERIC ED310261: The Future Economic Role of Counties. Employment and Training Issues. - ERIC
The economic role of counties is changing profoundly because of a revolutionary restructuring of the world economy and related changes in federalism. Three major forces are restructuring the economy: overcapacity in traditional industries, the emergence of new technologies that are creating new service and knowledge-based industries and transforming old industries, and globalization in production and technology...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adults; County Programs; Economic Change; Economic Development; Economics; Futures (of Society); Government Role; International Trade; Local Government; Productivity; Regional Programs
Downloads: 2
[texts]ERIC ED238655: Better Country: A Strategy for Rural Development in the 1980's. - ERIC
The report of the 25-member National Advisory Council on Rural Development, appointed by the Secretary of Agriculture, defines rural needs and sets forth strategies for rural development in the 1980's. A review of the decade between 1970 and 1980 discusses rapid economic growth of rural areas, social progress, and changes in public service, and provides tables showing changes in population concentrations (1970-1980), Americans' residential preferences (1948-1978), and structure of nonmetropolita...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Change Strategies; Citizen Participation; Credit (Finance); Data Collection; Definitions; Federal Aid; Federal Government; Federal Programs; Government Role; Housing Needs; Improvement Programs; Information Networks; Local Government; Needs Assessment; Population Trends; Public Opinion; Residential Patterns; Rural Development; Rural Education; Rural Population; Rural Urban Differences; Tables (Data)
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[texts]ERIC ED201045: Awakening the Slumbering Giant: Intergovernmental Relations and Federal Grant Law. An Information Report. - ERIC
Eight papers from a one-day conference for lawyers, judges, and policy-makers discuss the effects on intergovernmental relations of the emerging body of laws, regulations, and court decisions governing federal grants and their recipients. The expanding importance of federal grants, notes an introduction to the papers, has meant both less leeway for state and local governments to turn down grants and many more court cases involving federal versus state sovereignty...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Civil Rights Legislation; Community Development; Constitutional Law; Court Litigation; Court Role; Disabilities; Federal Aid; Federal Courts; Federal Government; Federal Programs; Federal Regulation; Federal State Relationship; Government Role; Grants; Legal Problems; Local Government; Public Health Legislation; Revenue Sharing; State Courts; State Government
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[texts]ERIC ED220915: A Changing Federalism: The Condition of the States. - ERIC
A majority of the 50 states are currently experiencing budget problems as a result of recent changes in the fiscal roles of federal, state, and local governments. Four major factors are responsible for the recent deterioration of state budgets: (1) reductions in federal aid to states and localities, (2) changes in the federal corporate and individual tax structure, (3) a severe national recession, and (4) efforts by individual states to curtail the growth of state revenues in response to the tax...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Educational Finance; Elementary Secondary Education; Federal Aid; Federal State Relationship; Finance Reform; Financial Problems; Government School Relationship; Postsecondary Education; Retrenchment; School Funds; State Government; Tables (Data); Tax Allocation
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[texts]Federalism : hearing before the Committee on the Budget, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, second session, hearing held in Washington, DC, March 5, 1996 - United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Budget
Includes bibliographical references
Keywords: Federal government -- United States; Unfunded mandates -- United States; Intergovernmental fiscal relations -- United States
Downloads: 211
[texts]The inequity of the Swiss health care system financing from a federal state perspective. (Volume 13) - Crivelli, Luca
This article is from International Journal for Equity in Health, volume 13.AbstractIntroduction: Previous studies have shown that Swiss health-care financing is particularly regressive. However, as it has been emphasized in the 2011 OECD Review of the Swiss Health System, the inter cantonal variations of income-related inequities are still broadly unexplored. The present paper aims to fill this gap by analyzing the differences in the level of equity of health-care system financing across cantons...
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[audio]Free Speech Radio News lineup - Wednesday, May 03, 2006
NEPALI PARLIAMENT EXTENDS OLIVE BRANCH Nepal's newly-seated parliament approved a measure today to reciprocate a cease-fire offered by the country's Maoist rebels. The government also dropped terrorism charges that were pending against the rebels and extended an invitation to join peace talks. KASHMIRI PEACE TALKS AMID SPIKE IN VIOLENCE A new round of Kashmiri peace talks opens today in the Indian capital...
Keywords: EU; afghanistan; bush; democratic party; elections; india; iraq; military; oil; rebellion; riots; scotus; suicide; washington
Downloads: 225
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